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National Bike Month celebrates all the reasons people ride — for fun, fitness, transportation, and health; and all the ways bicycling makes communities stronger —  like boosting the local economy and community spirit. 

    

Simsbury's annual Bike Month celebrations have included events, rides, classes, safety campaigns, and more.  Join us as we Bike to Work, Bike to School, and bike for fun!

2023

Bike Month Proclamation at the May 8 Board of Selectmen's Meeting  

It’s official! Simsbury’s annual Bike Month Proclamation is one of the many things the Bike-Ped Committee does to keep bikes on the minds of our town officials and residents. We also reviewed upcoming events, recognized bike-related award winners (we’ll share here, too) and shared a few safety tips.  Learn more

May is Bike to the Library Month!  

Bike to Simsbury Public Library and ask in the Children's Room for a paper bicycle to color for the bulletin board display.  They have many bike-themed books on display to borrow. 

Board of Selectmen's Community Bike Ride and Ice Cream May 30

Do you love to bike in Simsbury? Do you support Simsbury's efforts to become more bicycle friendly? Join us for our annual Board of Selectmen's Community Bike Ride, a 5 mile ride on our shared-use trail followed by some frozen treats! 

Learn more

 

Bike/Walk to School Day Events

National Bike to School Day is Wed., May 3. Many Connecticut communities will be celebrating with bike and walk to school events including Latimer Lane School (Fri., May 12), Tootin' Hills School (Mon., May 22) and Squadron Line School (Mon., June 5). These events are part of the national Safe Routes to School initiative dedicated to improving conditions around schools so that more children can safely walk and bike to school, promoting healthy lifestyles and a healthy Earth. 

CT Safe Routes to School

Join Love to Ride's Bike Month Challenge  Learn more

 Join CTrides Drive Less CT Climate Challenge Learn more

WELCOME TO SIMSBURY.BIKE

Dedicated to safer, more accessible biking and walking in Connecticut's first Bicycle-Friendly Community.

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